Channel 4 will show Sky Sports’ coverage of cricket’s T20 World Cup Final between England and Pakistan.
The two broadcasters agreed to share coverage after England beat rivals India in Thursday’s semi-final.
Jonathan Licht, Managing Director, Sky Sports said: “We know the importance of this game, so we are pleased to be able to share this great sporting moment with our whole nation thanks to our strong relationship with Channel 4.”
This is the latest partnership between Sky and Channel 4 to make a key sporting moment available to the nation. Previous events include the iconic 2019 men’s super-over victory against New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup and the final race of the 2021 Formula 1 Championship in Abu Dhabi.
Ian Katz, Chief Content Officer, Channel 4 said: “We are?thrilled?that Channel 4 and?Sky?have struck this deal?to?make?another great national sporting moment available?on free-to-air television to audiences across the UK.?As the days draw in, some thrilling international cricket from the southern hemisphere should offer some welcome cheer.”
All channels will broadcast Sky Sports’ coverage which includes the award-winning commentary team of Ian Ward and former England captains Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton and Eoin Morgan.
The Final comes from the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia and coverage starts at 7am (GMT) on Sunday.